Siobhan Roberts

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Siobhan Roberts is a Canadian science journalist, biographer, and historian of mathematics.


Roberts earned a degree in history at Queen's University, then a graduate degree in journalism from Ryerson University in 1997.[1]


Roberts is the author of:


Roberts has won a number of Canadian National Magazine Awards,[1] and she is the winner of the Communications Award of the Joint Policy Board for Mathematics "for her engaging biographies of eminent mathematicians and articles about mathematics".[1][7]


  1. ^ a b c Phillips, Catherine (January 22, 2017), "Journalist Siobhan Roberts wins prestigious award", Ryerson Review of Journalism
  2. ^ Reviews of King of Infinite Space:
  3. ^ "Euler Book Prize" (PDF), MAA Prizes Presented in Washington, DC, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 56 (5): 635, May 2009
  4. ^ Reviews of Wind Wizard:
  5. ^ Prix W. Gordon Plewes Award (PDF), Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, 2016, retrieved 2018-05-19
  6. ^ Reviews of Genius At Play:
  7. ^ JPBM Communications Award, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, retrieved 2018-05-19

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